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Actress Rose McGowan Tweets Support Of Iranian Terrorists Gets Schooled On Twitter

Why do liberals always side with anti-American terrorists?



Actress Rose McGowan is known for regularly making lewd remarks against President Trump on social media, sent out her own series of tweets early this morning attacking the United States and leaving some people questioning her sanity.

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Actor Kevin James Makes Short Film Mocking Coronavirus Snitching



Last week, actor Kevin James who’s best known for his role as Doug Heffernan on the CBS sitcom The King of Queens made a short film mocking our response to the novel.

We are surrounded by Karens with phones. Will this be the new life the Socialist Democrat party fights for?


The short video, titled “Out of Touch,” shows James and another man running and hiding from police cars and helicopters. Before the chase ends, the video flashes to “Six Hours Earlier,” in which the manhunt is “explained.”

James and the other man, a runner, are “caught” by nosy passersby exchanging a, gasp, handshake. With their masks on and cellphones in hands, James and runner are reported to the police for their coronavirus indiscretion.

Staring at the narks, James tells the other man, “run,” before the short film ends.

The video is a clear hit on the folks who are all too eager to call authorities on folks not appropriately “social distancing”; these people have been mockingly dubbed “Karens.”

In real life, some of those “Karens” are members of the American news media. In one prime example, CBS Chicago ran a full segment on a local ice cream truck driver for violating “COVID-19 protocol.” The working man was harassed on bike by a CBS reporter, who filmed the scolding. More

People should just mind their own business! If you want to wear a mask, wear a mask if you don’t, don’t! I live in a town of 57,000+ people, only 2 reported cases. I don’t feel the need to put on a hazmat suit to go to the grocery store.

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Actress Vanessa Hudgens Takes Massive Backlash Over Dippy Coronavirus Remarks

Former Disney actress Vanessa Hudgens was slapped with a massive social media backlash over some inarticulate comments about the coronavirus.



Former Disney actress Vanessa Hudgens was slapped with a massive social media backlash over some inarticulate and ill-advised comments about the coronavirus this week.

Hudgens posted a video wherein she attempted to say that the reactions to the coronavirus were a bit over the top. But she said it very poorly, at the very least.

“Um, yeah, till July sounds like a bunch of bullshit,” Hudgens said on an Instagram video. “I’m sorry, but like, it’s a virus, I get it, like, I respect it, but at the same time, even if everybody gets it, like, yeah, people are going to die, which is terrible, but like, inevitable. I don’t know, maybe I shouldn’t be doing this right now.”

But “like”…. seriously. This is a 31-year-old woman, here. She sounds like a half literate 13-year-old!


Again… she is 31 frikkin’ years old!

She sounds like a fool. Anyway, she isn’t exactly wrong with her sentiment that the response to the virus has been over blown. But, BOY did she say it badly.

And the social media backlash came fast and furious.

The attacks came in so thick that the next day she deleted the video and posted a second to try and explain herself.

“Hey guys, so yesterday I did an Instagram Live and I realize today that some of my comments are being taken out of context,” Hudgens said. “It’s a crazy time. It’s a crazy, crazy time and I am at home and in lock down and that’s what I hope you guys are doing too, in full quarantine and staying safe and staying, um, yeah, I don’t take this situation lightly by any means. I am home. So, stay inside y’all.”

“Ya’all,” indeed.

Without a doubt, that did not mollify many social media users. And so, she tried a second time with a more formal apology.

“Hey guys. I’m so sorry for the way I have offended anyone and everyone who has seen the clip from my Instagram Live yesterday,” Hudgens wrote. “I realize my words were not appropriate for the situation our country and the world are in right now. This has been a huge wake up call about the significance my words have, now more than ever. I’m sending safe wishes to everyone to stay safe and healthy during this crazy time.”

Well, you can guess that few cared much for her many and varied apologies.

Again… SHE’S 31!

Why does she sound like she’s 12?

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Actor Patton Oswalt Says He Hopes Trump Voters Die of Coronavirus



On Tuesday, actor Patton Oswalt, who claims to be a “comedian,” put out a tweet in which he hoped Trump voters would all die from the Coronavirus.

The Ratatouille star tweeted that he imagined seeing “MAGA” supporters infected with the virus because they support the president.

Oswalt went after those who were complaining that the media was treating the president unfairly over his response to the viral outbreak.

“MAGAt dying from COVID-19: ‘Why did the *cough* media treat Trump so *cough cough* unfairly…'” he tweeted.

Oswalt was replying to a claim made by the fake news media that Trump ordered Attorney General William Barr to launch a Justice Department investigation into the media’s coverage of the coronavirus.

The reports of this demand proved to be untrue.

Oswalt has a long, long list of tweets attacking Trump and his voters in particular, and all Republicans in general.

Only a few months ago he called all Trump voters “assholes.”

Oswalt has attacked people by name repeatedly, too. And yet, Twitter never seems to find a reason to give him any penalties for his ignorant, hateful behavior.

Imagine that!

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Spike Lee Likens Black Trump Supporters To House Slaves



Hollywood director Spike Lee compared black Trump supporters to house slaves.

“Massa, We Love You, Massa. We Gonna Pray Fo’ You Massa”. Singing- “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” Lee wrote smearing the Trump supporters with racial language; “Massa” being how some slaves referred to slave masters.


Hollywood director Spike Lee took to Instagram to attack a group of black Donald Trump supporters, essentially comparing them to house slaves.

On Monday, the BlackkKlansman director remarked on a photo of several black civic and religious leaders praying with President Trump inside the White House. Lee used the photo as an opportunity to attack both the president and his guests.

The photo Lee used on his post came from a meeting, of black Trump supporters last Thursday in the White House where they laid hands on the president and prayed with him.

“In every field, every generation, and every calling, African-Americans have lifted up our nation to new heights — and, like all citizens, you are entitled to a government that puts your needs, your interests, and your families first,” Trump said during the event. More

Wow, what a massive ego it must take to presume that you speak for an entire race of people. Spike Lee should do the right thing and stop demonizing African Americans who support the president. President Trump asks for their support and it’s freely given. The democrats only know how to use fear, intimidation, and lies.

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Actor Vince Vaughn Facing Liberal Backlash After Seen With Trump

The liberal mantra: Preach tolerance. Celebrate diversity. Tolerate no diversity of thought, opinion, or ideas.



Vince Vaughn faces liberal backlash after he was seen with President Donald Trump during a national championship game.

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Movie star Vince Vaughn, a self-described libertarian who has supported Republican candidates in the past, is facing backlash on social media after a video emerged on Twitter showing him with President Trump during the national championship game Monday in New Orleans, La.

Vaughn was seen chatting and laughing in a private box with the president, as Melania sat between them. The pair shook hands and Trump appeared to point to the star’s lanyard, according to a 31-second clip uploaded to Twitter.

The video was uploaded by a former Deadspin employee, Timothy Burke, who captioned it, “I’m very sorry to have to share this video with you. All of it, every part of it.”

The social media reaction was swift and called for him to be “canceled.” It is not the first time a celebrity faced social-media odium for their decision to interact with a Republican politician. Ellen DeGeneres faced backlash when video emerged of her sitting with ex-President George W. Bush during a Cowboys game.  More

Vince Vaughn faces Twitter mob outrage after he was seen with President Trump:

But the left preaches tolerance, right? Anyone who gets upset over this is the reason we are so politically divided.

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‘Comedian’ George Lopez Asks Iran for Bounty to Assassinate Trump

Purported comedian George Lopez jumped to Instagram to tell the Iranians that he would assassinate Trump for a bounty of only $40 million.



Purported comedian George Lopez jumped to Instagram to tell the Iranians that he would assassinate Trump for a bounty of only $40 million.

Over the weekend, an Iranian official claimed that the Republic of Iran would offer an $80 million bounty for someone to assassinate Donald Trump.

In response, Lopez said that he’d assassinate Trump for only $40 million.

The failed sitcom star’s post came in response to a news report about Iran’s $80 million bounty offer.

Ryan Fournier, founder and co-chairman of Students for Trump, wondered if the Secret Service was checking into the Lopez threat:

Others were just as outraged as Fournier:

Mark George Lopez down as just another Hollywood ingrate who hates this country despite the fact that it has made him a multi-millionaire.

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Monty Python Star Terry Gilliam ‘Tired’ of White Males Being ‘Blamed for Everything’

Monty Python alum Terry Gilliam recently took a swipe at PCism saying, “I’m tired, as a white male, of being blamed for everything that is wrong with the world.”



Monty Python alum Terry Gilliam recently took a swipe at PCism saying, “I’m tired, as a white male, of being blamed for everything that is wrong with the world.”

The Monty Python animator and film director took aim at the #MeToo movement calling many of its campaigns against white men a “witch hunt.”

The Time Bandits director added that all too often the #MeToo movement devolved into a “mob mentality.”

In the interview with the Independent, Gilliam said: “Yeah, I said #MeToo is a witch hunt – I really feel there were a lot of people, decent people, or mildly irritating people, who were getting hammered. That’s wrong. I don’t like mob mentality.”

“I understand that men have had more power longer, but I’m tired, as a white male, of being blamed for everything that is wrong with the world – I didn’t do it!” Gilliam continued.

“I’m talking about being a man accused of all the wrong in the world because I’m white-skinned. So I better not be a man. I better not be white. OK, since I don’t find men sexually attractive, I’ve got to be a lesbian. What else can I be? I like girls. These are just logical steps,” he impishly added.

This is hardly the first time that Gilliam has struck out against political correctness.

The 12 Monkeys director made similar comments in 2018.

“You know I no longer want to be a white male and be blamed for everything; I tell the world I am a BLGT, Black Lesbian in Transition and my name is Loretta,” he said during an address at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival.

“Comedy is not assembled – a boy, a girl, white, black, a dog… I want to be trans-species. Transgender is not enough,” he concluded at the time.

The director’s latest slap at PCism came as he set out on a promotional tour for his next film, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, which is to be released in a few weeks.

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